Seasonal observations of an ever changing coastal landscape 
by Bold Bluff host Tamar Griggs 

More March Snow!

From: Tamar
Date: 3/22/02
Time: 10:03:10 AM
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I can't believe it but I woke this morning to another world of swirling snow that was STICKING to the ground and draped over the dark green cedar and fir trees, bending the branches down. It is rare to have the snow stick so close to the sea, and my daughter and I always jump for joy at the occasion. We had to cancel all thoughts of driving anywhere, and nestle up at home, which is where I'd rather be than any place on earth. It's great when Nature says: "Stay Home" because that is where my heart is! I fed the chickadees and towhees this morning feeling so sorry for the little birds in this unusually cold spring, and I felt sorry for the poor pink camelia and daffodils struggling to bloom in the snow. This is the Spring Equinox and there is a half foot of snow on the ground and it is -2 degrees C.

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